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Old 03-16-2007, 07:26 PM   #12
geist
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You'll definitley have a nice advantage of being able to do it while the engine's out, i've heard of ppl who do it up the hardway, which is a nightmare!
Pathetic idea unless you're gonna have a lot of room to breath...

I'll be doing all that to my project car.. and then maybe once that project car is done my subaru (daily driver) can have enough downtime to clean it up..

It's a lot of work, but makes life so much easier keeping everything clean...
Also, make sure you do a DAMN neat/clean job of labeling and sorting your wires and ****, because if you need to replace wires or something, and they're all just jumbled behind the firewall or whatever, it's going to be a ****ing chore and a half.
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